I am by no means a technical expert on the subject, but I will give the basic information that I have learned by working in numerous pharmacies. Rx "BIN" refers to Bank Identification Number, which basically routes electronic pharmacy insurance claims in the right general direction. Rx "PCN" refers to Processor Control Number, which more specifically directs the electronic pharmacy claims. I'll give a generalized example. When I am setting up my computer system to bill a new insurance, I must first add the BIN, which is a six digit numerical code. There may be many different companies using the same BIN, though; so I then add the PCN to specify exactly how I want the claim to be billed electronically. The PCN does not have a consistent format. I've seen everything from eight digit numerical codes to a single letter and number put together. When someone drops off an insurance card at a pharmacy, these are some of the things for which the technicians will search. Unfortunately, there is no standardization among cards, and not all insurance companies have the decency to print the BIN or PCN on the card. This is why some people have more problems than others when trying to get their insurance cards to work at the pharmacy.
Pls give me fulform of pcn
PenicillinPCN usually means Primary Care NetworkDepending on how it is used, it is the medical abbreviation of penicillin, or it could bePrimary Care Network.
The BIN, PCN and Group numbers are there to route pharmacy claims to your pharmacy benefit manager. Many insurance companies contract with another company to manage their pharmacy benefits. The main reason for this is that, as you can imagine, the pharmaceuticals industry is mind-blowingly complex, to the point that it makes more sense for an insurance to pay a specialized company to manage it rather than to try and manage it themselves. Back to your question, though, those numbers on your card tell the doctor or pharmacist where to route electronic queries when they're trying to figure out whether you're covered for a drug. It's kind of like an e-mail address for your drug plan.
I means Preventative Visit and the copay is $20.00.
usually you just go to your insurance companies website and print a proof of insurance card
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the main difference is the employee nationality policy differences to both TCN & PCN working ability of people of TCN PCN varies then payment in form of compensation vary comensation sense vary from PCN to TCN
Call an insurance agency.
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It should be "Please find attached my husband's insurance card".
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because you want to know who is the holder for the policy, and to see if the insurance is valid